I found great delight within the pages of TAILOR MADE BRIDE

I found great delight within the pages of TAILOR MADE BRIDE

Jericho https://tennesseepaydayloans.org/cities/maryville/, Hannah and Cordelia, even the villains and secondary characters were brought to life. I loved the word usage, the character portrayal, their interactions, it all shouted to me that this book is one to be remembered.

It didn’t disappoint

Jericho and Hannah’s relations are funny and romantic. What a hero! And what a romantic chemistry, it mad With a prose that stands up and grabs the reader’s attention, this debut novel did not disappoint this reader!

Jericho, Hannah and Cordelia, even the villains and secondary characters were brought to life. I loved the word usage, the character portrayal, their interactions, it all shouted to me that this book is one to be remembered.

Jericho and Hannah’s relations are funny and romantic. What a hero! And what a romantic chemistry, it made me sigh and my heart give little jumps.

The struggles and faith of the characters are well portrayed without feeling stilted or overdone. Each one had growth and changes and through some had it to grow more than others, it was done in a well written manner.

I was there

My favorite scene was one of the first in the book when Hannah falls through the floorboard and into Jericho’s arms. What a visual image! And this whole book was like reading in a dream. No doubt about it, this novel is extremely well written.I thoroughly enjoyed every minute in this book and almost wished it to go on and on. A great read, don’t miss it! . more

This is one of those books I looked forward to ever since I saw the cover art last year. The more I read about it, the more I wanted to read it.

but how many of us do just that? We either are drawn to the gorgeous dress (like on this one) or repelled by what we don’t like on another. It’s like that in life too. Jericho Tucker has done just that in this book. He takes one look at Hannah Richards and sees all the things he hates a This is one of those books I looked forward to ever since I saw the cover art last year. The more I read about it, the more I wanted to read it.

but how many of us do just that? We either are drawn to the gorgeous dress (like on this one) or repelled by what we don’t like on another. It’s like that in life too. Jericho Tucker has done just that in this book. He takes one look at Hannah Richards and sees all the things he hates and fears. He certainly doesn’t want to get to get entangled with the seamstress himself – no matter how nice she seems.

The two of them are like watching an old fashioned bumper cars at night. They slam into each other and seem to be causing quite a fuss

Jericho is a wonderful hero. He is two parts stubborn and three parts generous. Add in a little bit wounded, handy with his tools, protective, and thoughtful. He looks out for his sister, the widow that works next door to Hannah, his assistant, Tom, and even Hannah. He may not want to get involved with her, but he doesn’t want her to get hurt or not have what she needs.

Hannah can’t understand why the livery owner is so grouchy and mad at her – and yet helps her so often. Even worse, she finds she likes him far more than she’d like to admit. When she finds out he objects to her job and thinks she is trying to lead women astray by appealing to their vanity, she knows there is no hope he’ll ever like her.